Construction and renovation projects are governed by four committees and design guidance is provided by the Architectural Review Council.
The Architectural Review Council is comprised of faculty from the UF College of Design, Construction and Planning (DCP), staff from the UF Department of Planning, Design and Construction (PDC), as well as local architectural alumni and practicing architects. The Council serves in an advisory capacity to the Faculty Senate Land Use Committee and provides the professional expertise needed by Land Use to fully evaluate the work submitted by our professional consultants. Rather than dictate design, the ARC will guide the design process by asking the right questions, and will lead our consultants, as well as the greater University community, to a deeper understanding of the role of architecture on campus.Learn More
Meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at 2:00pm, in 235 Stadium Conference Room
Responsibilities of the committee include participating in the development and updating of the Master Plan and monitoring the execution of the Master Plan. In addition the committee recommends policies for land use and facility development.Learn More
Meets the 2nd Thursday of the month at 9:00am, in 235 Stadium Conference Room
Responsibilities include overseeing projects that affect the use of University lakes, including guidelines for use of such lakes in order to preserve their ecological integrity and research capabilities. The committee is also charged with the anagement and well being of natural areas containing non-domesticated plants and animals. It guides policies regarding the removal of trees and other vegetation and provides input to the University Land Use and Facility Planning Board regarding planning of major landscape elements such as green space, open space, and significant architectural features to ensure their compatibility with existing and planned landscaping and master planning.Learn More
Meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 2:00pm, in 235 Stadium Conference Room
Responsibilities include assisting the University in implementing its Policy on Historic Preservation. It also assists the University in fulfilling federal and state obligations with respect to its historic and archeological resources.Learn More
Meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2:00 p.m.
Responsibilities include reviewing and recommending rules and regulations governing the traffic, parking and registration of vehicles, bicycles, scooters and motorcycles on campus. In addition the committee reviews and recommends site locations for new parking facilities on campus and existing parking lot enhancements. Special parking requests from University departments, students, staff and faculty are reviewed. Any significant findings regarding all parking and transportation matters are brought before the committee.Learn More